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that is holding $46 million in the red. welcome to the "journal editorial report". tea party candidate christine o'donnell's stunning victory tuesday over long-time
-backed challenger christine o'donnell. right now with 67% of precincts reporting, christine o'donnell leads mike castle with 55% of the vote to mike castle's 45%. we will have much more on this race in a moment. polls have just closed in the state of new york, where controversy plagued democratic congressman charlie rangel is trying to hold on to his seat tonight that he has held on to 45 years so far. he is facing five challengers, chief among them adam clayton powell iv. we're still awaiting results in the race as well as in the race for the republican nomination for governor in new york, the republican establishment pick here is rick lazio, a man who has run for just about everything in new york. rick lazio is facing an unexpectedly strong challenge from a man named carl paladino, who was most famous essentially for sending out super pornographic and/or racist e-mails like this one. that's president obama and first lady michelle obama dressed as a pump and prostitute, a photo shopped image mr. paladino e-mailed out under the heading "white house ball." that was one of the more g-rated e-mails
, long time -- held the senate seat that christine o'donnell now wants. tonight my sit-down with vice president joe biden. the vice president had plenty to say about the delaware senate race. a pretty bold assessment of the possible repeal of don't ask, don't tell. and some very direct talk for the democratic base. >> one reason i want to be on your show is to tell the progressives out there, you know, get in gear, man. >> having just given away why the vice president would agree to spend a good part of his day with me today. we will get to the rest of what he had to say about christine o'donnell in delaware, the republican party this year, don't ask, don't tell, and how you ought to respond when your political opponents call you everything up to and including a space alien. that is all ahead. >>> but we begin tonight with what continues to be the biggest political story in the country. bar none. last night's unexpected jaw-dropping, out of nowhere choose your superlative election of christine o'donnell. the thing that usually happens the day after a heated primary battle like this on
candidate to be moved to an outsider. a conservative challenger this year. twp last hour christine o'donnell addressed her supporters in dover, delaware. >> i can't thank everyone by name because we would be here until midnight. so many people have sacrificed so hard. but i specifically want to thank the 9/12 patriots for laying the foundation and stirring thing up in delaware. the founders values group and all the delaware tea party groups. you are the visionaries and leaders who made this possible. you rallied everyday americans outside the political establishment, brought them involved and created a grassroots network. that made all of this possible. i want to thank the tea party express for getting behind -- where are they? we're in this to win. and we're in this to win big. and win big we did. don't ever underestimate the power of we the people. >> a very happy christine o'donnell addressing her supporters. i have one other live shot to show you. this is another very excited campaign headquarters. carl paladino's headquarters. having defeated rick lazio, the establishment republ
's claims that a civil war has erupted within the republican party. the rise of candidates like christine o'donnell, sharron angle, rand paul, marco rubio and others have led some to argue that the future of the gop is in peril. as usual the mainstream media and chief propagandist, robert gibbs. >> the republican leadership is just stunned by what happened last night in delaware. now they are scrambling to get control of a movement that seems to be taking overtheir party. >> last night showed there is a very vociferous debate going on inside the republican party. >> republican officials in this state and nationally are trying to figure out how to win with a candidate they did not want. >> tea party upsets like hers have triggered a republican party civil war. >> i want to get straight. o'donnell is another sarah palin endorsed candidate. karl rove is doing battle now with sarah palin. >> palin vs. rove, get your tickets. >> sean: it is a civil war or are conservatives washing away the wishy-washy republicans in favor of more conservative candidates? fox news contributor, host of the)Ñr new
is near. >> sean: with just 42 days until november's midterm elections all eyes are on christine o'donnell, the subject of all the democratic attacks. she children. ed the gop primary last week. given the tenor of this election i think that's a badge of honor. joining me is the woman the democrats love to hate christine o'donnell, one of them, michelle bachmann is up there, sarah palin is up there. welcome, good to see you. >> thank you. >> sean: there's a lot of ground to cover. let's start with mike castle your opponent. he promised he would support the eventual nominee. last time we spoke he had not called you he since called you? >> right. we spoke friday. he congratulated me. i was a very friendly conversation. i'm hoping to get his endorsement. would it mean a lot. >> sean: he said he would. if you look at lisa murkowski and a lot of other races, charlie crist, as an example, i'm almost calling it the sore loser syndrome. what is your take? >> i want to give him the benefit of the doubt. it is only a week since election day. let's give him time. hopefully he will come around.
for the next hour. i'm not saying that everyone will remember where he or she was when christine o'donnell won the republican nomination for senate from delaware, but i will remember where i was. i was here on msnbc 24 hours ago. and in the wake of that ever lasting gobsmacker, i traveled from our home studios in new york here to washington, d.c. for the rare opportunity to sit down with the man who for a very long time -- a long, long, long time -- held the senate seat that christine o'donnell now wants. tonight my sit-down with vice president joe biden. the vice president had plenty to say about the delaware senate race. a pretty bold assessment of the possible repeal of don't ask, don't tell. and some very direct talk for the democratic base. >> one reason i want to be on your show is to tell the progressives out there, you know, get in gear, man. >> having just given away why the vice president would agree to spend a good part of his day with me today. we will get to the rest of what he had to say about christine o'donnell in delaware, the republican party this year, don't ask, don't tell,
, who you brought us. >> i really did. i mean, christine o'donnell was one of our most frequent guests on "politically incorrect." people who may not remember "politically incorrect" because they were too young. we created people like an ingram. we did like to book a lot of female conservatives. they were good press and they were good for the show. we loved christine o'donnell. i still like her. you cannot not like her. she is such a nice person. we have a great clip that used to be in the highlight reel of ben affleck on the show saying please, christine, shut up. she was known back then as the girl from "salt." salt being the savior's alliance for lifting the truth. i guess that's still -- part of me for sentimental reasons is rooting for christine o'donnell because she's going to get her -- kicked. we were debating were whether teabaggers were republicans. a poll came out and blew the lid off of it, okay, they're really republicans. yeah, they're really republicans. >> larry: who should it be democrats or republicans? >> democrats are very happy that people like christine are winnin
delaware. christine of donnell this week, tells you how much the republican party has changed. at least for now. the grand old party is history. this week's primary voting has changed the calculus. if you're a classic lineup, well, if you're a classic line up the endorsements republican like mitt romney, you've had a bad week. the candidate with a good week, sarah palin. this is her party now. the only question is what she wants to do herself. run or stand back on the sidelines. get out on the field or play quarterback or grab the megaphone as the party's number one cheerleader. the new story today was senate nominee christine o'donnell. she may win. she may not. in delaware, but progressives are poised to underestimate her. by the way, o'donnell was on "hardball" as far back as 2002 talking about the ten commandments. plus, jon stewart announced his rally to restore sanity in washington last night. can he do for liberals and progressives what glenn beck did for conservatives a week ago? three decades after kennedy challenged carter for the nomination, in 1980, carter says we could have
democrats have found enemy number one delaware's christine o'donnell. after her primary tuesday they wasted no time orchestrating a smear campaign against her. friday bill maher led the charge trying to suggest she dabbled in witchcraft as a high schooler. o'donnell gave the response. >> bill wanted ratings, i gave him ratings. this was high school! >> sean: nonetheless, maher's fellow liberals took his cue and continued to attack o'donnell and the tea party phaeft that backed her so strongly. >> when you an -- >> when you call her on something she says everybody is playing negative politics. >> i think it is going to be bad for the republican party. >> some of these core positions of the candidates don't resonate with independent and moderate voters. >> the wicken voight could be an real -- vote that could be a value. >> reporter: the mainstream media of course there to grease the wheels. >> she said of all things she had once dabbled in witchcraft. >> inside the republican party the chatter of civil war among democrats the feeling there's an opportunity here. >> what about christine o'don
will you be talking about tomorrow? christine o'donnell and the tea hottests convene in d.c. ready for my clo-up, mr. demille. >> there are more of us than there are of them. >> politico's report. the vetting process for o'donnell and the others? there is no vetting process. if it was popular to be really liberal now says her former campaign manager, maybe she'd do that. sarah palin vouched for joe miller he was the real deal. then there is the o'donnell treasure trove. obama -- >> is so liberal that he's anti-american. we took the bible and prayer out of public schools. now we're having weekly shootings practically where -- >> 49-49, i call that a tie. >> no, christine, he won in votes. you know that. >> no, no. what do the election results say that i got? >> they say that you got less results than he did. >> which ken vogel of politico and all the christine o'donnell sound bites you can eat. >>> the values voters summit. that's a brand name. >> like speaker pelosi, who has been busy sticking the taxpayer with her $100,000 bar tab for alcohol on the military jets that she's flying. >> ex
. >>> tonight, christine o'donnell ducking the tough questions but threatening to sue the watchdog group that says she committed campaign finance fraud. she's avoiding our questions but tonight talking to fox. how did her answers stack up against the facts? we're keeping them honest. >>> also tonight what is sarah palin up to? she's released a new ad promoting the tea party but is it the first signal she's planning a presidential run? >>> what if you were sick and no doctor could figure out what was wrong? tonight a seriously ill little girl battling an illness, you'll meet the disease detectives racing the clock to solve her life and death medical mystery. >>> we begin with christine o'donnell who increasingly appears to be trying to run a stealth campaign not answering questions from reporters and today not even telling reporters where her campaign event was taking place. why would she do that? well, take a look. this is what happened last night when our reporter, gary tuchman went to an o'donnell event and tried to ask her one question about allegations she spent campaign money on per
place in the state of delaware where tea party favorite christine o'donnell is the nominee for the senate. defeating mike castle tonight. he had never before lost an election. mike castle was the republican party's pick for this senate seat. with 100% of precincts reporting, christine o'donnell has been declared the winner to mike castle's 47%. we'll have more on that race in just a moment. first some other results to bring you at this hour. in the great state of new hampshire, another tea party backed candidate, ovide la montagne. he now leads kelly ayotte to fill the seat of retiring senator judd gregg. with 21% of precincts in, he is leading ms. ayotte 43% to 37%. although he is seen as the outsider favorite, you should know it was miss ayotte who received the backing of sarah palin. he is ahead of her 43-37%. another inassistance of an outsider conservative candidate leading the republican establish choice. in the state of new york, embattled democratic congressman charlie rangel trying to hold on to his house seat going for a 21st term in congress. even as he faces an
, good night and good luck. >>> and now to talk about what christine o'donnell scrubbed from her website and why, ladies and gentlemen, the song stylings of rachel maddow. good evening, rachel. >> good evening, keith. you know, the network is still on the air, everything's okay, no glass broke. i think this singing thing might catch on. >> not on your life. just once. >> all right. we'll just keep doing it in the halls. >> okay, great. >> cheers. thanks to you at home for staying with us for the next hour as well. we do have a lot more ahead about don't ask, don't tell, lady gaga, the big day tomorrow, and the wrench that senator john mccain is so lustily throwing into the works on this issue. a report from the scene of today's rally with u.s. air force major mike elmi, and from capitol hill on what could be another filibuster eve. and there are two big reasons why thursday is a day to mark on your electoral calendar. it should favor democrats and howard dean will help us explain. that's all to come. >>> but first, when a political candidate comes from outside mainstream politics and tha
with the latest. >> bret: a big nate the primary in delaware is a big upset. christine o'donnell has defeated castle the establishment favorite. o'donnell received major backing from the tea party express. she will face the democrat in november the winner gets the seat long held by vice president biden. there you see the percentages, big win for christine o'donnell. in the balance of political novices in wisconsin ron johnson has defeated westlake. johnson has never run before takes on incumbent democrat russ feingold who many consider vulnerable in november. tea party favorite. ovide lamontagne has the lead over kelly a why the in the senate primary. -- kelly ayotte, in the senate primary still early there. ehrlich trounced newcomer brian murphy in tonight primary in maryland. we will get a rematch with martin o'malley who ushered ehrlich out of office in 2006. in new york's harlem congressional district tonight congressman rangel facing a likely ethics trial this fall is battling several challengers, including joyce johnson and adam clayton powell iv the percentages not coming in yet. as th
of the onslaught of christine o'donnell. plus, are the democrats getting wiser, sharper, stronger in their defense or are they pointing their guns in the wrong direction? they want the moderates to lose so they could face rand paul and sharron angle, marco rubio, now christine o'donnell do they now stand naked before an enemy they once thought weak? and what does the tea party takeover mean for 2012? does the national party get on board and nominate a right-winger? are we looking at 1964 all over again? let me finish with a thought, a lock at the voter rage we are seeing this year and why no one in office should feel immune to it and we have one important election result right now it is made official late this afternoon, in the republican primary for the united states senate up in new hampshire, former state attorney general kelly ayotte, sarah palin's choice, beat back a strong challenge from conservative ovide lamontagne. ayotte won by less than 2,000 votes. we start tonight with the smell of battle lingers from last night, grand old tea party. chuck todd, nbc news political director and msnbc c
republicans think a candidate like christine o'donnell is to get women voters, ladies and gentlemen, here is rachel maddow. good evening. >> the mice and men jokes write themselves. it's almost impossible to avoid them. >> she is a gold mine. between that and the other jokes. >> i know. i know exactly what you mean. i thought sharron angle was as good as it got, baby. not true. >> yesterday news, sharron angle. >> thank you, keith. appreciate it. >>> thanks to you for staying with us at home for the next hour. after a day or so of marching out of step and hath each other for it, republicans today got in line. right behind their senate candidate in delaware, christine o'donnell. which means they are plating their political trough with christine o'donnell just as the country is learning lots, lots, lots, lots, lots more about christine o'donnell. >> there's also the issue of murder with vincent foster. >> we'll also tonight have more of my exclusive interview with the vice president of the united states, joseph biden. and there is a political mailer out there that smells like garbage. it ha
>>> thanks for watching. tonight-l christine o'donnell answer the tough questions about her financial history? she didn't this weerkd, and tonight our gary tuchman tries again. we'll show you what happened and what new details he's uncovered about her spending history. also tonight, president obama facing disillusioned democrats and challenging the tea party. we'll show you what he said today and talk with our panel, eliot spitzer, dana lash and joe johns. later what if you got sick or your child got sick and no doctor knew why? what would you do? "360" m.d. sanjay gupta introduces us tonight to the disease detectives, trying to solve medicine's toughest mysteries. that's part one of a week-long series. we begin tonight, though, keeping them honest with christine o'donnell and how she spent money from her last campaign. last week after searching federal campaign filings we learned that the surprise republican nominee for u.s. senator from delaware had checks and expense records that didn't seem to add up. apparently, spending campaign money on personal expenses after the cam
. shannon travis, jessica yellin, joe johns, along with michael crowley. christine o'donnell, the candidate backed by the tea party and sarah palin toppled the state's political heavy weight, congressman mike castle. it's a victory o'donnell says is for supporters who challenged the gop mainstream. >> you guys are the visionaries and leaders who made this possible. because you rallied everyday americans outside the political establishment, brought them involved, and created a grass roots network that made all of this possible. >>> the tea party influence is also being felt further north in new hampshire's republican senate primary. there the contest between tea party favored and former state attorney general kelly ayotte is too close to call. >>> and adrian fenty lost his reelection bid to vincent gray, that's for the democratic nomination. it was a closely watched primary and a potential blow to school chiefs across the country fighting for dramatic education reform. that's because fenty's chancellor of schools ushered in a wave of changes that became a model of reform advocated by the oba
. but the marginalization of christine o'donnell ends there. in our fifth story, she is the eighth tea party candidate to defeat an established republican in this primary season. so the vampire that the gop created in its basement is settling in its living room. and the house that might go to republicans in november could be far less beholden to boehner than michelle bauchmann. meet the brand new republican nominee for the senate who has so-called republican strategists in 2008 instead of then presidential candidate barack obama saying "he's so liberal that he's anti-american." that christine o'donnell. now defeated mike castle 53% to 47% for the senate seat formally occupied by vice president joe biden. but only 1/3 of delaware's registered republicans voted. which means her nearly 30,000 votes represent only 16% of delaware's registered republicans. and only 5% of all registered voters in the state. congressman castle would've done better in the general election according to a new survey from the democratic polling organization public policy polling. in a hypothetical match-up, castle led the democr
cooper. anderson? >>> thanks, larry. thanks for watching. tonight, will christine o'donnell answer the tough questions about her financial history? she didn't this weekend and tonight, gary tuckman tries again. we'll show you what happened and what he uncovered about his spending history. >>> and president obama facing dissolution democrats and challenging the tea party. we'll show you what he said today and talk with our panelists. elliot spitzer, and joe johns. >>> and later, what if you got sick or your child got sick and no doctor knew why? what would you do? 360 md sanjay gupta introduces us to the "the disease detectives," trying to solve med zin's toughest mysteries. this is part one of a week-long series. we begin "keeping them honest" with christine o'donnell and how she spent money. last week after searching, we learned that the nominee from u.s. senator from delaware had checks and expense records that didn't seem to add up, apparently spending campaign money on personal expenses after the campaign was over which would be a violation of federal election law. for instance
republicans whining babies? we'll talk tax cuts, taerpts and christine o'donnell's link to witchcraft. stephen colbert, was he making congress or making a point? ann coulter and marc lame melaml face off. i'll referee. that's next on larry kick live. good evening, our second week in new york and we kick it off with -- they lined up the wrong way. ann kulter is on the left, conservative commentator, "new york times" best selling author. and mark lam mo nt hill, professor at columbia university. he hosts the tv news magazine series "all world with black enterprise" on cable tv's one. you said in a recent interview, ann, you don't really want republicans to win both houses. why? >> well, part of is justi justification for what i think was going to happen. i never thought the republicans could take a senate because only a third of the senators are up in any one election cycle, and it happens that the third that are up this year come from very blue states. i mean, california, new york, oregon, washington. illinois, it's just not a good year for us and we have to pick up ten seats. i never thought w
. director ford: our next award is a group award and will be presented to christine kayaya and sheroline. i apologize for that challenging name description there. sorry, folks. working as a team, both christine and sheroline is part of our employee and labor relations section and are being recognized with their steadfast, dedication and the success of m.t.a.'s partnership with the public employees committee during the concession discussions and negotiations. it was christine and sheroline's laborists efforts that would have red line versions of documents and letters of agreement ready with little to no advance leave time when a concession meeting needed to happen. the dynamic duo took the lead in collecting all contract data working with the city's attorney's office to get the memoranda of understanding approved as to legal form and as well as coordinating with the m.t.a.'s webmaster to make sure these documents were accessible to the public. and these include our low-vision individuals during the sunshine period. the cost savings that the m.t.a. achieved as a result of these discussions ma
all night tonight. we want to check in again with christine conley who is on the fire live for the latest. she's been there all day she was there last night one of our many reporters in the field were going to get turned just a moment. we want to give the this aerial view to give you a sense of how quickly and how vc2much this devastation is estimated. the fact that the gas was going through the distribution lines which led directly into the homes. the fire was intense and the homes burned quickly. we now have christine standing by. >> we just got into a vantage point and we moved here so we can actually show you one of the burned out homes. were going to go ahead and hand in on it here this is really the closest that we've been able to see any of the damage. basically this home that we see here we can just see the frame of the house and that said. there's a lot of crime tape around the home this entire neighborhood that surrounding it about two blocks away from the center of the fire, that neighborhood people are still not allowed inside. it looks like a ghost town in the
post primary win d.c. appearance for would be sarah palin 2.0 christine o'donnell, plus a window opening wide on to the gay people can be cured activism of ms. o'donnell. all that coming up this hour. plus a piece of tape that convulsed "the rachel maddow show" newsroom today for an entire hour and left us all unable to work, talk or in some cases breathe like humans are supposed to breathe. that's all coming up over the course of this friday night show. but we begin with what will be the deciding factor in this year's elections. the one issue that is most likely to determine which party controls congress next year. for all there is to love and hate and obsess about in politics, the determinative truth looming over any predictions about elections is that in the end, the economy basically determines what happens on election day. bad economy, party in charge loses. add that to the other truism of midterm elections that the party in charge also loses in the first election for a new president and the democrats know they've got to swim hard upstream if they do not want this current to
like on the republican side in delaware. you have republican candidate christine o'donnell just like joe miller touting the endorsements of, again, all sorts of national conservatives. people like south carolina senator jim demitt. former alaska governor sarah palin, the conservative organization the family research council which is based, i think, in michigan and in washington, d.c. also there's conservative commentator eric erickson again who, as best i can tell, lives on cnn. during the republican primary -- look at this. this is the breakdown of where christine o'donnell got her money from. 85% roughly of her itemized campaign contributions came from not delaware. only about 15% of her campaign cash came from people who might even consider being able to legally vote for her some day because they live in delaware. as we reported on our website if you go to teamchristine2010.com which appears to be loosely with it, they have affinity groups. affinity groups by state and by foreign kcountry. texas for christine. colorado for christine. new jersey for christine. kansas for christine.
>>> tea party republican christine o'donnell raking in $# million in 24 hours and being advised by sarah palin to talk to friendly news outlets. as karl rove pointed out there are plenty of questions to ask o'donnell about how she is handling campaign money. karl paladino is willing to talk to us. what is up with those racially offensive and pornographic e-mails he used to forward to his friends the republican nominee for governor of new york joins us. >>> a shocking story of a home invasion that turned into multiple murder. a woman telling a bank teller her family is being held hostage and a short time later she is dead and so is her daughter. we begin keeping them honest. tonight she's sharing a forum with her opponent chris coons, in the money race she's raking it in, claiming close to $1 million in contributions in the last 24 hours alone. karl rove who dissed her primary night did something of a 180 today, and long-time supporter sarah palin gave her free advice about only talking to friendly media. watch. >> she's going to have to dismiss that go with her gut, get out ther
christine o'donnell is attending a candidates' forum this hour and we hope to bring you a live glimpse of exhibit a in the geopolitical war. the party establishment is nervous to say the least and tonight there's more evidence that leading republican moderates are annoyed at what they see is a harmful purity test from the tea party and its allies. later we'll explore the fault lines on the left, too, jitters about losing control of congress have democrats squabbling over tax cuts and over how with 47 days left to get their base energized. christine o'donnell and her stunning primary upset tuesday night. not only did she defeat a man who won 12 sometimes statewide, triggered nasty finger pointing within the republican ranks and overtime work for democratic opposition researchers. here to help, former congressman tom davis, former secretary of sta state, stan blackwell and austin, texas, eric ericson. i want to start with this right off the bat. we may drop in if we get a shot of christine o'donnell and get a listen to her. look at this right here, this is the cover of "time" magazine wh
. >>> christine o'donnell raking in $1 million in donations and being advised by sarah palin to talk to only friendly news outlets. tonight why shouldn't those who want to lead us be able to answer tough questions? as karl rove mentions, there's plenty to ask about how she's handling campaign money. >>> also tonight the other big upset winner, carl paladino, is he willing to talk, joining us live tonight, sending out letters to potential voters who literally smell of garbage. who's behind the junk mail, and what's up with the e-mails he used to forward to his friends. we'll talk to him, republican nominee join us. >>> and a shocking story of a home invasion that turned into multiple murder. newly released video of a woman telling a bank teller her family is being held hostage and a short time later she's dead and so are her two daughters. we'll take you into the courtroom. >>> we begin with keeping them honest with the tea party sensation, delaware's gop senatorial nominee christine o'donnell. she's trailing chris coons but in the money race she's raking it in, claiming close to $1 million i
said in delaware, tea part i favorite christine o'donnell defeated mike castle to win that state's republican nomination for united states senate. o'donnell finished with more than 53% of the vote. >> we're in this to win. and we're in this to win big. and win big we did. don't ever underestimate the power of we the people. >> the last several weeks have been spirited, shall we say. and the voters in the republican primary have spoken and i respect that decision. i had a very nice speech prepared here hoping i would win this race and talked about thing we'd be able to do to create jobs and reduce taxes and those things that make a difference to delaware. still a long ways to go, by the way. i still have some time in office. so i will be fervently trying to carry out my responsibilities. >> a shocking loss for mike castle. meanwhile, christine o'donnell is front page news in all the national papers. here she is on the front of the "new york times," "washington post," and the "wall street journal" declaring this morning tea party claiming a big win. analysts, however, now see o'don
and his wife's friend were found. >> with a team coverage and christine connolly is light and hercules. we will begin with dan kerman and vallejo were the bodies of two women were discovered. >> that is right, pam. one was find out some of the house and right now vallejo police, we just had a police conference one hour ago. they're still trying to put the pieces together. they have two different investigations going on. and who killed those two women? and also, water rather chemicals found in this house to make explosives. what were their chemicals were short >> autopsies are under way, free to allen in carole smart. if they're badly decomposed body, we tarita allen her >> we're still trying to figure out if would churls written hearse's what his >> charles rittenhouse is in jail for the possession of explosive chemicals. >> the bodies were found with these explosive chemicals. >> the atf who located a container which was labeled depleted uranium. they are not sure, i spoke with them the sporting they're not sure what this is until it is analyzed. i spoke with them--this morning. >> we ar
, christine o'donnell. she is the latest tea party candidate to defeat a better known better funded establishment opponent. yesterday, many senior republicans called her a nightmare. tonight, move the are trying, at least in public, to make nice. to democrat, o'donnell is the newest member of what they call team extreme. tea party nominees the democrats say are way out of the mainstream. voter, that means you, settle voter, that means you, settle that one in 48 days. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com joining a long list of republicans who say she has no prayer of ringing in november. when i talked to the chairman today, he had a stern message for those naysayers. >> how can you claim defeat before you attempt victory? it makes no sense. so stop it. >> more from chairman steele in a moment. we'll hear from the conservative senator who spent the primary season helping all those tea party candidates shock the system, jim demint of south carolina. who is christine o'donnell, and what does her victory mean? a great group with us to talk it over. gloria borger, roland martin. let's be
up a number of races. the big race in delaware in which tea party candidate christine o'donnell up set the former governor of that state congressman mike castle that means this november o'donnell will face off with democrat chris coons. over the last 24 hours democrats have attempted to spin o'donnell's victory as proof there is some sort of civil war inside the gop. events today should help put those rumors to rest. hours ago chairman of the national republican senator committee john cornyn announced they plan to stand by o'donnell. the committee has sent the maximum allowable donation to o'donnell's campaign. former mass pass governor mitt romney is throwing his support behind o'donnell saying now is the time for republicans to rally behind their nominee christine o'donnell, i believe it is important we support her so we can win back the senate this fall. joining me now the big winner, christine o'donnell is back. congratulations on last night. thanks for being on the program. >> that you very much sean. thank you to all of your viewers for helping make this happen and believing
of delaware have spoken. [ applause ] >> reporter: tea party conservative christine o'donnell shocked republican mike castle and his establishment supporters for the delaware g.o.p. senate confirmation last night. this morning, senate republican officials who had the sister candidacy reversed course and pledged money for the general election fight. g.o.p. senate leader mcconnel gave her a curt and skeptical nod. >> i'll support the winner. >> we'll look at where we think the best opportunities for pick-ups are and that's where we'll spend the money. >> reporter: party bosses have no plan for the big-money outlet for o'donnell than other tea party candidates have started to receive. the polls suggest that o'donnell trails continues. she is trying to unite the g.o.p. >> i'm very convinced that we can win. before the republican cannibalism i was ahead in the polls. and, you know, if we can put this behind us and do some damage repair and, you know, then we can turn the two-point lead to a 10-point lead. >> some republicans fear o'donnell will cost them the chance to win the seat joe bide
he endorsed christine o'donnell. >> i endorsed her the other night. i said i'm for the republican in each and every case. >> this is how he endorsed her. >> again, the serious questions about how does she make her living? why did she mislead voters about her college education? we'll see if she can answer these questions. >> what a lying sack of -- analysis from howard finemann. how to handle the tough questions, avoid them. >>> 51 minutes later -- >> thanks for being on the program. >> thank you. thank you very much. >> the democratic tax cut. he still won't say he would vote against tax cuts only for the middle class. rand paul insists on cuts for the wealthy even if there's no way to pay for them. >>> and lonesome roads issues a dress code for the tea party. i'm saying maybe it's time to lose, i don't know, the statue oz. dressing up. >> guess what glenn dressed up as today? the chef of the future. all the news and commentary now on "countdown." >> get off your ass and bake some pie! >>> good evening from new york. with overdue promises to a once enthusiastic base with the mid-
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